Pericles, Prince of Tyre - Cast

  • Brenan Dwyer is a new company member at Northwest Classical Theatre Company, where she has previously acted in Love’s Labour’s Lost (2010) and Much Ado About Nothing (2012). This is her first performance with Willamette Shakespeare, and she is very grateful for  the opportunity to work on this exciting collaborative project. Brenan is the writer and  director of sketch comedy project Potty Talk, which you can learn all about at pottytalkpdx.com

  • Sarah McGregor is ecstatic to be making her NWCTC debut with Pericles. Previous credits include Diana in All’s Well That Ends Well (Willamette Shakespeare), Judith in The Jewish Wife (Quick & Dirty Art Project) and Moll in Kid Simple (CoHo).  She writes about fashion and feminism at rosettesandrevolution.com.

  • Matthew D. Pavik is pleased to return to the Shoebox stage. Acting in Portland since 2008, Matt’s had the good fortune to perform with many of our city’s finest troupes, including Artists Rep, Clackamas Rep, Profile Theatre, and Portland Opera. Check him out at mattpavik.com.

  • Daniel Somerfield is a Northwest Classical Theatre Company member and the Artistic Director and founding member of Willamette Shakespeare for whom he has directed the company's first four productions. He has also appeared in productions of a number of classical and contemporary plays in Portland and Seattle.

  • Sydney Somerfield graduated with a BA in Theatre Arts from the University of Oregon. She has performed on stage and on film in Portland, Seattle, and Los Angeles. She is a cofounder of Willamette Shakespeare, a playwright for Pulp Diction, and she is studying to become a Feldenkrais practitioner.

  • Tom Walton has been a proud and active company member since 2001. Most recently he has  been seen playing Cassio in Othello, Tybalt in Romeo And Juliet (Bend Shakespeare festival), and Jed 5th Of July (Profile Theatre). Tom has also worked with Artists Rep, Portland Shakespeare Project, Portland Center Stage, Theatre Vertigo, Northwest Children's Theatre, Portland Actors Ensemble, Blue Monkey, Broad Arts Productions, and Classic Greek Theatre.